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April 11, 2006

Greenburgh, 2 villages sue Yonkers over Ridge Hill

The Journal News
By Rebecca Baker Erwin and Michael Gannon

In other Ratner news:

Greenburgh and two of its villages are banding together to fight [Forest City Ratner's] controversial Ridge Hill development project in Yonkers.

The villages of Ardsley and Hastings-on-Hudson, along with three women who live near the Ridge Hill site, joined Greenburgh yesterday in suing the city, claiming that Yonkers' environmental review of the mammoth retail and residential complex was inadequate.


NoLandGrab: Brooklynites are already making the case that the environmental review for the Atlantic Yards proposal will be inadequate in the analysis of the Final Scope. However, any legal challenges to the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) would start if the project received approval from the Public Authorities Control Board.

Posted by lumi at April 11, 2006 8:57 AM